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Created on Monday, 25 September 2017. Posted by Allan Wilson

CALL Scotland will have an exhibition stand at Bobath Scotland's World Cerebral Palsy Day Conference at the Hilton Hotel, William Street, Glasgow G3 8HT on Wednesday 4th October. The conference, sponsored by Digby Brown Solicitors, is free to attend, very friendly and relaxed - you don't hav...

Created on Wednesday, 27 July 2016. Posted by Allan Wilson

To mark World Cerebral Palsy Day, Bobath Scotland's Annual Conference is to be held in the Hilton Hotel, William Street, Glasgow on Wednesday 5th October. The conference is free to attend and provides people living with cerebral palsy with an opportunity to: learn about aspects of life with cer...

Created on Tuesday, 29 September 2015. Posted by Allan Wilson

Bobath Scotland have a couple of interesting events coming up in Glasgow next month. First of all, on Wednesday 7th October they are holding their Annual Conference in theRadisson Blu hotel, Argyll Street, Glasgowto mark World Cerebral Palsy Day. This event is free and open to all. It will provide...

Created on Tuesday, 25 August 2015. Posted by 

Colin Young a researcher at University of Glasgow, Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research wants to find out from young people with Cerebral Palsy what their experiences of receiving therapies have been. Colin notes that he too has Cerebral Palsy so he will be no stranger to having had physiother...

Created on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted by Allan Wilson

[We have been asked to circulate information on a couple of surveys that Bobath Scotland are carrying out among parents of children with cerebral palsy in Scotland and the practitioners working with them.] Bobath Scotland Cerebral Palsy Therapy Centre are currently progressing a bid to the Big Lo...

Created on Wednesday, 03 September 2014. Posted by 

Hey - an exciting new project by CALL Scotland friend and ex-Steering Group member Grant Douglas, with 4c Design.    It’s the brilliantly designed S’up Spoon that allows people with cerebral palsy or unwanted hand/upper body movements from other causes, to load up wi...

Created on Wednesday, 12 May 2010. Posted by Paul Nisbet

We’ve been looking at methods of computer access for a young boy (age 7) with athetoid cerebral palsy, and he’s evaluated quite a few options. The most promising method was an old Interface Designs switched joystick connected via a USB Mouse Mover interface, which he controls with his ri...